Carol McEwan is a Dundee artist who creates fine art prints from her photographs of Scottish landscapes.
After working in the fashion industry and living in England for many years, Carol was homesick for Scotland. She moved home to Dundee with her hubby & kitty cats in 2021 and now works out of her home studio, where she loves being creative every day.
One of her first prints, the Broughty Ferry Beach art print, was created to remind her of the seaside since she was living in landlocked Lanarkshire at the time. It’s become a firm favourite of her customers too and is still one of her best selling art prints.
Fine Art Giclėe Prints inspired by Scottish landscapes.
Carol finds inspiration in Scotland’s dramatic scenery, especially when the weather is as wild as the hills.
Once a photograph has been chosen, numerous layers of textures, brush strokes and effects are added and manipulated in Photoshop to create a more subtle, painterly, sometimes ethereal quality to the final image.
The process can take many, many hours to achieve just the right combination of depth, colour and texture which adds a new dimension to the image, bringing the original subject more alive but also making it more abstract at the same time.
Carol McEwan’s art prints can be bought online and also in “real life” in selected gift & homeware shops throughout Glasgow, Edinburgh & Perthshire.
Each image is professionally printed in the UK by an award-winning Fine Art Trade Guild registered printer.
Using Artsure approved archival quality paper & pigment inks, ensuring that the Giclée print is of high quality and can last over 100 years.